BRIDGE is a non-profit organization, providing community based life skills training, employment services and social and recreational programs for youth and adults with disabilities. Located in Hudson, Wisconsin we proudly serve individuals in the St. Croix River Valley. We invite you to tour our website and explore all the opportunities BRIDGE offers for youth and adults with disabilities.
I like hanging out with my friends at BRIDGE the most!
I like everything about BRIDGE - going to the YMCA, seeing my friends, and playing the Wii.
I like the people at BRIDGE.The library is my favorite activity.I enjoy the different types of books to read.
I like the different things we do every day and I like to volunteer at Christian Community Home.I like the “We Choose” groups.
“We Choose” groups allow the clients to decide their activities for the weeks to come.
I love the saying, “No one can do everything- but we can all do something!”If we would all do what we can, the world would be a better place.The BRIDGE clients always teach me new things like patience and how to appreciate more in life.BRIDGE is awesome!
It is a true gift to have the opportunity to help an amazing organization while spending time with the greatest people.Volunteering at BRIDGE is really a highlight of my week.
I have found this program to be so beneficial not only to the employee but to the staff.I will definitely keep this program in mind for future hiring needs.
BRIDGE Day Services offers community connections to ensure continued learning, and skill development, promoting opportunity and choice. BRIDGE builds upon clients individual’s strengths and interests, and needs therefore providing opportunities for growth.
BRIDGE Community Employment Services integrates people with disabilities into the community through supported employment. Our professional team provides an in-depth look at individuals work interests, abilities and areas of need when considering job placements.
Community Employment Services assists individuals to:
In 2004, several families came together to form an organization that would be devoted to providing opportunities for youth with disabilities as they transitioned into adulthood. Today our professional staff has been given the unique and privileged responsibility of caring for youth and adults with disabilities at BRIDGE. We strive to demonstrate the qualities that are essential for helping people grow strong in mind, body, and spirit.
Individuals Served Per Year
Clients Placed in Jobs
BRIDGE for Community Life works with youth and adults managing disabilities to help them realize for themselves and to be seen as community assets … individuals to be nurtured and developed so they can become welcome, productive and engaged citizens within the community.
Helping clients identify individual strengths and develop independence is a fundamental principle of BRIDGE.
We promote a healthy lifestyle, wellness choices and fitness habits, all which improves client mobility.
BRIDGE Employment Services assists clients in securing and maintaining jobs in the area.
Clients learn to establish connections with the people they live around and work with daily.
BRIDGE places an emphasis on giving back providing opportunities for clients to volunteer within the community.
Clients of BRIDGE have the opportunity to explore the arts and the cultures of the St. Croix River Valley.